I asked clients, colleagues and an IFA specialising in divorce what they thought a ‘good’ financial settlement looked like. The common thread in their answers was not, as you might expect, that it’s about winning. A ‘good’ divorce, where the finances are concerned, is about realism and moving forward.
"A good divorce is one where the parties know the difference between what they need to get and what they want to get” - Helen Howcroft, chartered financial planner and founder of Equanimity Independent Financial Advisers.
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